Grey Skies Fallen
From: Staten Island, NY, United States
Last Known Status: Active
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As New York City black/death metal quintet Grey Skies Fallen prepares to release new LP "The Many Sides of Truth" late this April, the band today unleashes the album's opening track, "Ritual Of The Exiter." Check out the track below, courtesy of NoCleanSinging.com.
Grey Skies Fallen will, as with the band's five previous studio works, independently release "The Many Sides of Truth" on multiple formats this coming April 29th. Pre-orders are now available at this location. The tracklisting for "The Many Sides of Truth" is as follows:
1. Ritual of the Exiter
2. Unroot Transparent Being
3. The Flame
4. Of the Ancients
5. Isolation Point
6. End of My Rope
7. Winter Hand More...
New York metal band Grey Skies Fallen has posted the debut track, "Of the Ancients," from their forthcoming album, "The Many Sides of Truth," on their Soundcloud page. "Of the Ancients" is one of 7 new songs on the album to be released on April 29th. "The Many Sides of Truth" features the debuts of Joe Sanci on guitar/vocals and Tom Anderer on bass.
Cover artwork and layouts were created by Travis Smith.
"The Many Sides of Truth" will see traditional physical releases in both CD and vinyl. The vinyl release will feature black, colored, splattered, and limited glow-in-the dark versions. Digital pre-orders are now being accepted at the band’s Bandcamp page. "The Many Sides of Truth" is the 6th release from the New York band. Grey Skies Fallen's previous five albums can be downloaded free of charge at the band’s website. More...
New York underground metal band Grey Skies Fallen has begun an Indiegogo campaign in efforts to raise money for the band's forthcoming EP/album "The Many Sides of Truth."
This will be Grey Skies Fallen's first physical release since 2006's "Two Way Mirror" full-length. "The Many Sides of Truth" follows 2012's "Introspective" and 2010's "Along Came Life" which were digital-only releases available for free on the band's website.
"The Many Sides of Truth" will be released on both CD and vinyl. The vinyl version, (a first for the band) will be pressed in limited numbers, and come in a variety of colors. As a vinyl-exclusive bonus track, Grey Skies Fallen will record the Death song "Perennial Quest." Cover artwork will be crafted by Travis Smith.
Though unsigned for their entire history, (save for a brief relationship with the late Don Decker and Nightfall Records in 2000) the band is now seeking assistance from fans. Many interesting perks are offered, ranging from band merchandise, to having the band play a show in your house for you and your friends. More...
New York progressive dark metal act Grey Skies Fallen has announced the release of the band's latest EP, "Introspective." The EP can be streamed on the Grey Skies Fallen Reverbnation page.
The track listing for "Introspective" is as follows:
1. Everything and Nothing At All
2. When Promise Lies
New York metal act Grey Skies Fallen has posted an extended version online of the band's single "The Visionary," which can be heard via Facebook. Grey Skies Fallen also commented:
"As promised, here's the extended version of The Visionary. We all forgot about this intro, but looking back, we should've kept it in. What do you guys think?"
New York metal band Grey Skies Fallen has made their latest release, "Along Came Life" available as a free download on their website.
The 2010 EP now joins GSF's first 3 full length albums as free downloads, making them one of the few active bands offering their entire discography for free.
Grey Skies Fallen is also slated to enter the studio to record the new EP, "Introspective" this fall. The band is aiming for a late 2011 release. Bass guitar will once again be handled by Paul LaPlaca and Travis Smith will provide artwork for this digital-only release.
The new album is a return to the melodic death/doom sound of "Tomorrow's in Doubt." The end result will be a 20-minute opus, as well as two other songs which will make up "Introspective." GSF has stated in the past that they are now releasing EP's digitally once or twice a year instead of doing traditional full-length albums every couple of years.
Each week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we'll be putting a few quality underground bands in the spotlight in an attempt to get the word out about them. This week I am exploring various talented bands in the New York scene.
First up is Staten Island thrash metal band Sanitarius. At first listen it may sound like a some Metallica/Testament clone, but Sanitarius takes influences from melodic death metal and progressive metal, this band surely isn’t a run of the mill band. The singer Robb Quartararo’s rasp is very similar to that of James Hetfield, but he’ll add in screams ala Slayer. Musically they explore more progressive arrangements and the drummer Dave Cordero adds in interesting fills. Both guitarists are extremely talented and are very tasteful. Check out their songs on MySpace and Reverb Nation pages.
“Slaves of Liberty” Live @ The Delancey, New York City, NY on March 23rd, 2011:
New York dark metal bandGrey Skies Fallen has posted their entire new EP online for streaming at this location.
The tracklisting for the EP is as follows:
1. The Grand Scheme of Things
2. By the Wayside
3. Forever and a Day
4. Along Came Life
New York's Grey Skies Fallen has issued the following recording update about the band's new EP:
"The new EP is coming along nicely. All that needs to be done is bass and mixing. Writing has picked up again, and we are aiming for a full-length next time around, rather than another EP as previously planned. So we'll see how that goes! In any case, the EP will be done SOON, and released digitally only."
The new EP's track listing is as follows:
1. The Grand Scheme of Things
2. By the Wayside
3. Forever and a Day
4. Along Came Life
New York progressive dark metal band Grey Skies Fallen has issued the following update on the progress of their new EP:
"So it's about that time again. We're entering the studio Saturday to track drums. After that, we will take those files to our own studio and record the rest of the EP."
"Since we are doing 80% of this on our own, it's pretty much an experiment. We are confident, however, that this will turn out sounding good, so we're not worried."
"Besides, it's our first new recording since The Visionary single, so we are just psyched to get back to business."
"When the EP is done, we will post it for streaming on Myspace and various other music sites, and also for purchase at $.99 a track / $4 for the EP." More...
New York progressive dark metal band Grey Skies Fallen has issued the following update:
"Well, the latest stretch of band turmoil seems to have passed, and we are now getting 4 songs ready to record an EP. Of course the EP will be available only digitally, as it is the year 2010, and I don't want boxes of unsold CD's in my garage anymore! Track listing: The Grand Scheme of Things Forever and a Day, Faces, Names By the Wayside. As far as when this will be released, let's just file it under the 'sort-of soon' category."
NY metal band, Grey Skies Fallen, has issued the following update on the recording of their new song:
"Man, we haven't been this productive in years. The pieces are finally starting to come together once again. Songs are being written and demoed in preparation for the real recordings."
"The second half of this year should be fun. We plan on having at lest 6 new songs released by the end of the year and then continue from there."
"For the first time in a long time, I think I can honestly say we all feel good about GSF."
NY progressive dark metal band, Grey Skies Fallen, has issued the following update:
"So if we can learn a song we haven't played in two years in two rehearsals, there may actually be 3 new songs recorded."
"Digital EP - Volume 1 will be the first of what we hope will be steady releases, 3 to 4 times per year. Lofty goals? Shit, for us, getting together to jam is a lofty goal, so yes this will be interesting."
"Song titles and some details about the songs themselves are coming soon."
NY progressive dark metal, Grey Skies Fallen, has issued the following update:
"We will be hitting the studio to track drums for two new songs on May 23rd. These will be the first new songs since we recorded the track "The Visionary," three years ago."
"Yes, we're really trying to get our shit together. We promise. Keep an eye open for more updates. We HOPE to have the songs posted by the end of June, and then head back into the studio a couple of months after that to record more."
New York's Grey Skies Fallen have issued the following update regarding their "new direction" regarding the way they will be releasing future albums:
"For the last 12 years, we have followed the same path over and over again - we'd write a lot of stuff, record it, release it on our own, see the album be forgotten about almost instantly, sink into the dreaded realm of 'unproductive-ness,' fighting, breaking up, opening GSF organic health food chains, getting back together, argue some more, and then someone will say. 'Hey! We should do an album!' While the music always changes on each album, the process that comes before or after, does not." More...
New York's Grey Skies Fallen have issued the following update regarding the progress of their upcoming album:
"It seems GSF is on the 4-year plan - we record an album once every 4 years. This is not by design...it just works out that way, unfortunately."
"Well, the good news is that it's about that time again."
"In a few weeks, we will be going into the studio to record two new songs. The goal is to follow that up with a full-length, but we wanted to get some new stuff up on Myspace for you to hear in the meantime." More...
New York dark progressive metallers, Grey Skies Fallen, issue the following update on MySpace:
"I'll be the first to admit that we haven't been the most ACTIVE band in the world over the past few years, but the good news is that we ARE in fact getting our act together."
"Rehearsals are beginning to occur on a regular basis, and album #4 is taking shape. Most of the material is written, so we're just fixing some things, and of course adding new stuff."
"I will say this though..."
"Prepare for a heavy album. Take "Tomorrow's in Doubt" and drop an anvil on its fucking head, and you will have the new album." More...
Grey Skies Fallen issue the following year end update on their Myspace page:
"Grey Skies Fallen has accomplished the following this year:
......um......we played a show in April, I think!"
"2008 is going to be much different. We're kicking the year off with a new recording. We will start recording in early February. It may turn out to be an EP, or a full length - we're not sure yet." More...
New York progressive death metallers, Grey Skies Fallen, have posted the following update on their myspace page regarding their decision to go on hiatus:
"This is a trying time for the band. The four of us have pretty much agreed to put Grey Skies Fallen on the back burner. It's been an up and down eleven years; mostly down."
"People in bands know the sacrifice that goes into it..the effort, and the emotional strain. I think all of that has caught up to us. We need to step back and take a breather."
"We have tried very hard to make good music for you guys to enjoy; we've even resorted to giving it away for free online. The reaction from that has been great. I am thrilled that our music has gotten out to many people that otherwise would have never heard us. However, real life takes precedence. We can't continue to spend money on the band like we did when we were 20, and with no outside support, (record labels, distro's) it's hard to continue." More...
Grey Skies Fallen have posted a live video of a six minute sample of a new song, which will be 21 minutes in length. The song is expected to appear on the upcoming new album. The video can be viewed here and on their Myspace page. More...